Young maintained huge fundraising and organization advantages over Hammond Mayor Thomas McDermott, who struggled to gain attention from his campaign’s outset.
Sen. Todd Young’s bill could lead to innovation hub in Indiana
Government and business leaders are preparing to bid to host one of the regional tech hubs that would be created by the U.S. Innovation and Competition Act, even though the bill has yet to pass.Read More
IBJ Podcast: Sen. Todd Young on how his Endless Frontier Act could boost innovation in Indiana
David Johnson, the president and CEO of the Central Indiana Community Partnership, also joins the podcast talk about how Indiana should prepare for the act’s passage.Read More
Recent polls showing close races in Republican U.S. Sen. Todd Young’s re-election bid and for Indiana’s open secretary of state seat may have influenced the timing of the ads as Democrats attempt to pull off upsets.
A quick trip to the grocery store induces sticker shock. Filling up the car breaks the bank. With supply low and costs high, it is difficult to buy a home or even rent an apartment. Heating either one is more expensive than ever, too.
Also, Notre Dame President Rev. John Jenkins called Donnelly “an ideal choice to represent the United States at the Vatican.”
While most of the bipartisan coalition seeking to push a $1 trillion infrastructure package through the U.S. Senate appears to be holding together, Republican Sen. Todd Young of Indiana withdrew his support Sunday for the pending legislation.
The bill sponsored by Sen. Todd Young, R-Ind., and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., includes $10 billion to fund regional technology hubs—one of which Indiana officials are hoping to land—for five years.
Young is out front nationally on a key anti-smoking platform: Raising the minimum age for buying tobacco to 21.
The current Indiana members of the House and Senate have served an average of 8.6 years on Capitol Hill, a number that will go down when Brooks leaves.
Short answer: It depends which Democrat you compare him to.
Indiana Sen. Todd Young said he believes the tax bill “is going to give a major boost to our economy, creating an environment that’s ripe for jobs and small business growth.” Two months ago, he said he was concerned with overestimating growth potential.
The senator from Indiana said fellow Republicans “can’t assume unreasonable rates of economic growth or we’re being fiscally irresponsible.”
Indiana hospitals are bracing for congressional action that could mean deep cuts in Medicaid, which funds the state’s popular health insurance program for low-income adults.
Donald Trump’s big victory in Indiana means his running mate Mike Pence will be vice president. It also swept Eric Holcomb into the governor’s office and Todd Young into the U.S. Senate.
Democrat Evan Bayh was a strong favorite to capture his old U.S. Senate seat when he unexpectedly entered the race in July with a famous Indiana political name and millions of dollars in his campaign bank account. That’s no longer the case.
The new WTHR/Howey Politics Indiana poll shows the governor’s race as a tossup, and Todd Young with a five-point lead over Evan Bayh in the battle for U.S. Senate.
U.S. Senate candidate Evan Bayh, a Democrat, is focusing on trade in the last weeks of the election, trying to paint Republican Todd Young as misaligned with the best interests of the Hoosier worker—but Bayh also has his weaknesses when it comes to trade.
With less than four weeks to make their case to voters, Republican Todd Young and Democrat Evan Bayh are in the throes of one of the most competitive U.S. Senate races in the country.
A chorus of Republican leaders on Saturday said vice presidential nominee Mike Pence is well suited to move to the top of the ticket if they can persuade Donald Trump to quit.